Challenges of Climate Change in India Constitutional Provision of Environment Protection.
Author(s):
DR. AJAY KRISHAN TIWARI, Dr. DEEPMALA KAUSHIK, Dr. Ayushi Tiwari
Keywords:
Challenges of Climate Change, Constitutional Provision, Environment Protection, developing countries, multilateral climate change, Economic growth.
Abstract
Climate change is the biggest challenge for developing countries like India facing climate change. Made up. And this country is also the most sensitive towards it, the effect of changing climate is economic and social. The development will also be affected. Where the big problem like ending poverty in India is primarily there. This is the reason India in multilateral climate change negotiations to be held under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change there is a big stake. Today the impact of climate change is more evident than ever before. The world held in Geneva in 1979 despite this problem coming up in the climate conference, in building a framework to deal with global warming.
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Unique Paper ID: 153011

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 5

Page(s): 615 - 618
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